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CAMP USA M2 20L Backpack

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M2 20L Backpack

Camp USA's M2 Backpack isn't the biggest, most high tech, or most expensive pack on the market, but it certainly is one of the most versatile. It's designed to accompany you on climbing, mountaineering, skiing, and hiking trips, with a design that incorporates ice axe holders, A-frame ski carry, trekking pole loops, and a rope strap to keep your gear locked down, no matter what it is. There's a stowable helmet carry, too, along with side, shoulder strap, and waist belt pockets that keep your small gear, water, and snacks close by. Even when you're fully loaded, the M2's steel wire frame stays and ventilated EVA back panel and shoulder straps carry comfortably and keep you cool. The EZ OP buckles are simple to work, even with gloves on.

  • Steel wire frame stays
  • Top access
  • Ventilated EVA back panel and shoulder straps
  • Removable padded waist belt
  • Ice axe, ski, trekking pole, and rope carry options
  • Hydration compatible
  • EZ OP buckles
  • Side, shoulder strap, and waist belt pockets
  • Item #CMP002W

600D polyester
20L (1221 cu in)
3mm steel wire frame stays
Shoulder Straps
ventilated EVA
Waist Belt
yes, removable padding
Hydration Compatible
1 hip belt, 2 side mesh, 2 waist belt, 1 shoulder strap
Helmet Carry
Ice Axe Carry
yes, 2
Trekking Pole Carry
Claimed Weight
2 lb
Recommended Use
alpine & expedition, climbing
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>Rating: 3

Not what I was expecting.

I returned this product before using it

I ended up returning this pack for a few different reasons. It looks like it would be a good little pack for day hikes/peak bagging missions where you might need an ice axe. The A-frame ski carry system doesn't seem all that secure, and the back panel didn't really seem to offer that much support to taller folks like myself.